Wrap the measuring tape somewhat loosely around the fullest part of your chest at nipple level.
If you suffer from any of the fit issues above, head to a professional bra fitter—or bust out the measuring tape and follow the steps here. How to Measure Your Ring Size.
While braless or wearing a non-padded bra, measure around the bottom of the band, directly under your bust. The measuring tape should be level and very snug. Round to the nearest whole number. If the number is even, add four inches. Your band size is the sum of this calculation. So if you measured 32 inches, your band size is If you measured 33 inches, your band size is Wrap the measuring tape somewhat loosely around the fullest part of your chest at nipple level.
Subtract your band size from your bust measurement and refer to chart. So how can you tell if a particular style fits? Bend forward at the waist, then slip on the bra and hook it. This ensures your breasts are completely in the cups. The back of the bra should be level with the front. Make sure the bra is not too loose.
You should be able to slide only one finger underneath the band. First, tighten the band, then shorten the straps. Put on a close-fitting shirt over the bra. If the cups pucker or your breasts bulge, you're not wearing the correct size. Look at yourself sideways in a mirror. Find your underband size. With your bra on, measure around your rib cage, directly under your bust.
Ensure the tape measure sits firmly against your skin, with no sags or twists. You should be able to slide no more than two fingers under the tape.
Make a note of the measured length. Find your cup size. Measure around your body, over the fullest part of your bust. Make sure the tape measure is level all the way around and sits flat against your bra, without cutting in. Make a note of this measurement as well. Find your bra size. In the bra size chart, find your band size that corresponds to your measurement in step 1. For example, if you measured 74,5 cm under your bust, your band size is Now follow the column down from your band size 34 in this case and find the row that includes your measurement in step 2.
This would make your cup size a C. In this case you should try bras in size 34C. Than you might want to try sizes 34B and 34C. Cup sizes are related to body sizes.
Subtract your band size from your bust size, and use the difference to find your cup size on the bra size chart below. BRA SIZE CHART Size Chart: Exact sizing and fit may vary by brand. Your breasts should sit midway between your shoulders and elbows. If not, you need a more supportive and better-fitting bra. If you need to go down a cup size for fit, go up one band size, and vice versa. For example, if a 34C is too big for you, move to a 36B. Choose . Using this number go to our band size chart and find your measurement and your estimated band size. If your measurement is 39 inches or more round to the nearest even number to find your band size.